Kamala Harris Headed To The Border

Border Czar and hilariously unlikeable “Vice-President” Kamala Harris has finally scheduled a trip to border. The illegitimate vice-president is excited to see the mountains, elk, and sample a bit of poutine.

Vice-President Kamala Harris, a.k.a. the Border Czar, is scheduled to travel to the border this week. No, not that border – she’s going to a state on the northern border. Harris will visit New Hampshire Friday. Her trip will include one or more stops in the Laconia-Plymouth area. The question is, why?

Specific events or locations for the visit have not been finalized. Why would Kamala Harris deliberately put herself in a position to go to New Hampshire when she is being begged to visit the southern border, to see the migrant crisis first hand? She could be on the receiving end of fluffy stories about her compassion for the children in custody, maybe shed a tear or two on camera, surround herself with local Democrats who blame the bad Orange Man for the problem. Instead, she is going to New Hampshire. There is no crisis on the Canadian border.

At least one GOP member had the balls to call out Kamala’s ridiculous trip north.

New Hampshire Republican Party Chair Stephen Stepanek rightly called Kamala out when the news surfaced Sunday evening. He said there is no crisis on the northern border, she should be going to the southern border. Apparently, he has knowledge of an anticipated appearance by Senator Hassan with Kamala.

Normally I would think a “Border Czar” refusing to visit the southern border would be hilarious, but in this case it’s sad and pathetic. There is a crisis at the border – even the Illegitimate President acknowledged that fact – and Kamala Harris has no desire to see what she and Biden have wrought.

Also, this isn’t Soviet Russia – yet – so stop using the term “Czar.” Jackasses.

Your Free Lunch Has Expired

President Trump has ordered ICE to reopen cases for DACA recipients meaning removals/deportations may begin as early as summer. Law and order is coming back to America in a big way, and if you’re not here legally, you’ll be jettisoned over the border.

While the decision is still technically hung up at the Supreme Court, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) remains on track to come to an end. Absent some sort of comprehensive immigration bill making it through Congress, this seems to be a certainty at this point. This means that the previous protection from deportation afforded to program participants is also coming to a close and ICE has already begun the process of informing some of them that their cases are being reopened. Of course, most of this activity is still just in the paperwork stage right now, with no actual removals likely to take place until this summer at the earliest, assuming they are even prioritized for action at that time.

Zoila Pelayo, who has been a DACA participant since 2012, recently received notice that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has sought reopening of her removal proceedings. And this is just the beginning.

ICE [said] every DACA recipient whose deportation case was administratively closed can expect to see his or her proceeding reopened. (H/TAOSHQ)

Hopefully these proceedings will remove those who are here illegally, and make more room for those who are trying to emigrate here who are following the rules.

Caption Contest Winners

The I’ve Got A Golden Ticket Caption Contest is now over.

Top Three Entries:
3. I prefer the yellow Swifter dusters and lint removers, Thank You very much! – Dalek
2. Yes, this is proof from CNN that Acosta and Lemon have had their rabies shots. – Ronni

WINNER! – Bring me Obama’s college transcripts and you can see my tax return. – Ingineer66

Weekend Caption Contest

I’ve Got A Golden Ticket Caption Contest
(Source: Reuters)

Caption this photo in the comments section. The winners will be posted on Monday, June 17th.

Original Caption: President Donald Trump holds up what he described as proof of a deal with Mexico on immigration and trade as he speaks to the news media prior to departing for travel to Iowa from the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. REUTERS/Leah Millis